Montreal probably has the most vibrant food scene on the continent.\nWith among the highest densities of restaurants in the world and a huge array of cultures and styles, the city has something for every taste.\nTL;DR Taiwanese giant fried chicken chain Hot-Star opened its first Montreal location in October. Scroll to the very bottom for its address and website.\nMontreal is also pretty accomodating of new restaurants. Surprisingly, however, the city is among the last to get its own franchises of popular worldwide eateries – at least, that's how it can sometimes seem to impatient Montreal foodies.\nEast Asian restaurants, in particular, seem to land first in Vancouver and Toronto before eventually making their way east to Quebec.\nSuch was the case with super-popular Taiwanese fried chicken chain, Hot-Star, which only in October opened its very first location in Quebec.\nHot-Star is famous for its giant (and often cheese-filled) portions of chicken.\nView this post on Instagram Don't be surprised, we are open today! XD Come get your Korean Fried Chicken! We recommend for dine-in!! A post shared by Hot Star | Large Fried Chicken (@hotstar_canada) on Sep 3, 2018 at 8:58am PDT\nView this post on Instagram New flavour, first to introduce in North America!! Hot Star now gives you - Biggest Korean Fried Chicken! A post shared by Hot Star | Large Fried Chicken (@hotstar_canada) on May 25, 2018 at 3:50pm PDT\n@hotstar_canadaembedded via\nAccording to the Hot-Star online menu, their chicken comes in a variety of flavours and marinades, including "original fried," "specialty BBQ sauce," and "hot cheese."\nThe menu also includes fries and an assortment of fruity beverages.\nNeedless to say, this is the perfect wintertime comfort food.\nSo why not grab a large cheese-filled piece of fried chicken and head to one of the city's many Christmas-themed event and markets?\nThe new Montreal franchise is located at 1933 Saint-Catherine St O. Find out more on the Hot Star website and Instagram page!